The Penn Vet Swine Teaching and Research Center is looking for talented, motivated graduating students who might benefit from joining their program. Below is the link to the position description.
Penn Vet has a Tech Research Lab full-time position opening. The laboratory and service is located on the lovely New Bolton Center campus, a large animal veterinary facility, in Kennett Square PA. This in an entry level position, that will provide amazing access to the comparative anatomy and pathology of a variety of animals include large/farm animals, small/companion animals, avian and exotics, as well a proving many interactions with students, interns/residents and professors at the veterinary school. It is a physically active job, but a perfect stepping stone to further training and a career in veterinary medicine, human medicine, or scientific research. Two of our former employees are currently enrolled in a PhD program in Bioinformatics, and the upcoming class at Penn Vet.
For more information please visit: https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/46719
The swine group at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team at the Penn Vet Swine Teaching and Research Center located on the New Bolton Center campus in Kennett Square, PA. The internship position provides a unique opportunity for someone interested in food animal production and or medicine. We have a research and teaching farm that places us on the cutting edge of swine husbandry and medicine. Hands-on practical experience in our facility provides unique insight in to the swine farming of today and tomorrow. Over 3% of the US swine industry is using the basic “Penn” gestation system developed at the New Bolton Center.
The intern will also have the possibility to contribute to our teaching and other research initiatives. The internship is a year-long position and has a proposed start date of June 1, 2018. The position is an ideal first step for someone seeking a career in either swine production or veterinary medicine. In particular over the last seven years, seven of our former interns have matriculated at veterinary schools. If you are interested, please respond with an updated resume or CV, a cover letter explaining your interest, and contact information for two references.
Contact: Cheryl O’Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity employer.
Minorities/Women/Individuals with disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.